Member Since 2022
25+ years of senior management, multi disciplinary experience within the financial industry. Underlying expertise in Risk and Resilience across the operational ecosystem, across industries. Experience in Technology, Finance, Risk & Control supporting critical business services. Key Note speaker in Operational Resilience and Supply Chain Risks. Articles also published in DRJ on intersection of risks- Resilience, Climate & ESG. Established leader and advocate for Diversity focusing on advancement of women within the firm and industry. Finalist for Women in Housing- Excellence in Leadership (2021) & DRII- Program Leader of the Year (Finalist 2022).
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Provides Executive Advisory and thought leadership on operational resilience and risk management. Specializes within the Financial Industry and dealing with multi-national organizations.